Total Recall 2070

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  • 1999
  • 1 Season
  • 6.8  (1,393)

Total Recall 2070 is a fascinating sci-fi series from the late 1990s that stars Cynthia Preston and Michael Easton. It is set in a future world where humans live on earth and on planet Mars. In this dystopian future, corporations have replaced governments, and technology has advanced so much that humans can have their memories wiped and replaced with new ones, and they can even live forever in artificial bodies.

The series revolves around two characters: David Hume (played by Michael Easton), a tough and intelligent cop who works for the Citizens Protection Bureau (CPB), and Ian Farve (played by Karl Pruner), his partner and a ruthless cyborg. Together, they investigate crimes in a society that is becoming increasingly dangerous and unpredictable.

Hume is a complex character who has his own dark past, which is revealed gradually over the course of the series. He is a loner who struggles with his emotions and has a bad temper, but he is also intelligent and loyal to his job. Farve, on the other hand, is a cyborg who is more interested in the power he has over humans than in solving crimes.

One of the main themes of the show is the relationship between humans and machines. The show explores the idea of artificial intelligence and explores the question of what happens when technology becomes more powerful than human beings. It also examines the ethical implications of technology, such as the right to privacy and the right to die.

Total Recall 2070 was created in 1999, before the age of social media and ubiquitous technology, and yet it feels very relevant today. It is a cautionary tale about a world where corporations have too much power, and where technology is used to control the masses. At the same time, it is also a thrilling action series, with plenty of gunfights, explosions, and car chases. It is a show that will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.

The production values of the show are high, with impressive sets and special effects that make the world of Total Recall 2070 feel very real. The series also features an impressive cast of actors, including Cynthia Preston, who plays the role of Dr. Schenk, a scientist who is a pioneer in the field of memory implants. Other notable actors include Michael Anthony Rawlins, who plays Luther Ironhorse, a member of the Martian underground, and David O'Donnell, who plays the role of James Raeder, Hume's former partner.

One of the best things about Total Recall 2070 is that it doesn't shy away from complex and dark themes. The world of the future is not a happy one, and the characters are all flawed in their own ways. The series explores the idea of memory and identity, as well as the ethics of using technology to manipulate people. It is a fascinating and thought-provoking series that will keep you engaged until the very end.

In conclusion, Total Recall 2070 is a must-watch for sci-fi fans who love dystopian worlds and complex characters. It is a series that is both thrilling and thought-provoking, with high production values and a talented cast. If you are looking for a show that will keep you on the edge of your seat while also making you think, then Total Recall 2070 is definitely worth watching.

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Meet My Maker
22. Meet My Maker
June 8, 1999
After Hume nearly dies trying to interface with Farve's backup memory banks, Farve finally takes Hume to meet the alpha-android's creator.
Virtual Justice
21. Virtual Justice
June 1, 1999
After seeing a fellow cop killing a cornered prison escapee, Hume looks into the dead man's case and finds that the cop may have been taking the law into his own hands.
Personal Effects
20. Personal Effects
May 25, 1999
Olan decides to keep a vial found on corpse in a crashed shuttle out of her report because of concerns of what it might be. Unfortunately, its real owners, Vari Dyne Inc., is willing to go to great length to get it back.
Eye Witness
19. Eye Witness
May 18, 1999
When visiting a friend's apartment Olivia hears screaming, and finds her friend's rich husband standing over a bloody corpse. She is willing to testify, but given her recent memory problem she starts wondering if she just imagined the whole thing.
18. Assessment
May 11, 1999
On their way to investigate a report about berserk androids, Farve and Hume are ambushed and captured by a rouge section of the assessor's office. They seek Hume's help in discovering Farve's part in what they see as a plot by machines to eradicate humans.
Bones Beneath My Skin
17. Bones Beneath My Skin
May 4, 1999
Farve and Hume investigate the destruction of an android at a chemical company. The owner blames his human workers, who came from the company "Muscle and Blood" run by the extremely anti-android Belasarius. Meanwhile David and Olivia split up, while they deal with the fact that she was under Rekall's control during their entire relationship.
16. Restitution
April 27, 1999
Brant is kidnapped on his way to a Mars safe house, and the assessor's office is prepared to pay the 40 million ransom in fear of loosing him to Rekall. Meanwhile Hume's personal problems continue as Olivia's memories don't seem to be returning.
15. Paranoid
April 20, 1999
When investigating the murder of the head of the Nexus dating service, Farve finds a list of people implanted by a Rekall mind-control project, and much to Hume's horror Olivia is on it. Adding to his trouble is his father, who once again has trouble with his retirement home.
Astral Projections
14. Astral Projections
April 13, 1999
Hume and Farve travel to a crashed interplanetary cargo transport that went down in the freezing "New Territories". While all the six crew members survived the crash itself, 3 of them were murdered before help could arrive.
Burning Desire
13. Burning Desire
April 6, 1999
The CPB investigates the death of a man who was fried in his sublimator, and Hume becomes worried that the same might happen to Olivia.
Brightness Falls
12. Brightness Falls
March 30, 1999
Farve and Moralez investigate the death of a cult leader who was crucified in his home, while Hume looks in on his paranoid father who's convinced the retirement home is spying on him.
Begotten Not Made
11. Begotten Not Made
March 23, 1999
Dr. Latham is starting to cooperate, when a lawyer from Recall shows up demands his release. Moments after his release the doctor is assassinated. Surprisingly, an autopsy reveals it was just a clone, so Hume and Farve try to find the real Latham.
Brain Fever (1)
10. Brain Fever (1)
March 16, 1999
The head of the Mars Miners Union is shot by a member who the attempts to kill himself. They are both sent to a hospital where Farve tries to find out why he felt a connection with the shooter, while Hume investigates the shooter's background.
Baby Lottery
9. Baby Lottery
March 9, 1999
A baby taken from his parents because of a genetic disposition towards crime disappears from the Reproductive Selection Board. Investigating, Farve and Hume find that his parents aren't the only ones interested in him.
First Wave
8. First Wave
March 2, 1999
The CPB's computer network goes haywire after a young man posing as a computer service technician sets off a security alarm. When interrogating him they discover that he's a product of a genetic engineering project that failed, and is now a member of a cult opposed to non-human sentience.
Rough Whimper of Insanity
7. Rough Whimper of Insanity
February 23, 1999
Farve starts behaving erratically after he and Hume investigate a service android that attacked two people who walked on the floor he'd just polished.
6. Infiltration
February 16, 1999
Hume and Farve's investigation of the murder of an Uber-Braun employee is severely hampered by the company itself and Rekall's new head of security Vincent Nagle.
5. Allure
February 9, 1999
After failing to stop a young woman's suicide, Hume is puzzled when he sees someone looking just like her. Things get weirder still when the suicide victim turns into a withered old corpse.
4. Self-Inflicted
February 2, 1999
A corporate doctor just returned from a space station finds her husband in the bathroom dying and coughing up blood. CPB investigates it as a potential bio-hazard situation, but have to fight over jurisdiction with the doctor's employer.
Nothing Like the Real Thing
3. Nothing Like the Real Thing
January 19, 1999
An accountant kills a deliveryman for seemingly no reason and then falls into a trance. Marks on his head suggest he had bought a cheap black-market memory implant, and Hume and Farve have to find the seller before more people get hurt.
Machine Dreams, Part 2
2. Machine Dreams, Part 2
January 12, 1999
The Detectives hunt for the androids and take them to Mars.
Machine Dreams; Part 1
1. Machine Dreams; Part 1
January 5, 1999
David Hume and his new partner Ian Farve must track down a gang of androids with abnormally high intelligence gained from experimental use of memory implant technology from the big corporation Rekall.
  • Premiere Date
    January 5, 1999
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (1,393)